[CRISP-TEAM] CRISP proposal Section VI. Community Process

Paul Rendek rendek at ripe.net
Wed Jan 7 11:10:03 CET 2015

Hey Nurani,

This is really looking good. Thanks for the update. I would like to
suggest the following edits to the RIPE regional process text:

/RIPE regional process:/

The RIPE community agreed at the RIPE 68 Meeting in May 2014 that the
development of a community position on IANA stewardship should take
place in the existing RIPE Cooperation Working Group, and via that
working group's public mailing


The RIPE NCC, as secretariat for the RIPE community, also facilitated
discussions on the IANA stewardship in national and regional forums
across the RIPE NCC service region from the period of May to November
2014. Some of these forums also included remote participation
facilities. Summaries of all discussions were posted to the RIPE
Cooperation Working Group mailing list and on the RIPE website:



While there were very active, and at times passionate discussions in the
community throughout the consultation period, there was clearly strong
agreement on the needs of the numbering community and the general
principles that should underpin the transition of the IANA stewardship.
Between September and November 2014, RIPE community discussion converged
around developing a set of principles reflecting the community’s primary
concerns and needs in the development of an IANA stewardship transition


These discussions are reflected in the discussions on the mailing list
from that


Discussions at the RIPE 69 Meeting in November 2014 saw the RIPE
community discuss a range of issues in relation to the IANA stewardship
transitions and reach consensus on the principles discussed on the
mailing list. During the RIPE 69 Meeting, a general invitation for
community volunteers to the Consolidated RIR IANA Stewardship Proposal
(CRISP) team was distributed via various RIPE NCC membership and RIPE
community mailing lists:



This announcement also noted the procedure whereby the RIPE Chair, in
consultation with the RIPE NCC Executive Board, would select two
community representatives (with the staff representative agreed by the
Executive Board). At the conclusion of RIPE 69, the community expressed
its support for the three RIPE representatives selected to join the
CRISP team.


RIPE Cooperation Working Group

RIPE 69 Closing Plenary



On 1/6/15 10:16 PM, Nurani Nimpuno wrote:
> Dear colleagues,
> Please find attached an updated text for Section VI. Community Process.
> I have incorporated the points that Izumi sent me, but due to timezone differences she hasn't been able to review this draft before circulation. We agreed that we should prioritise circulating the draft within the team as soon as possible, given the short timeline.
> I have enabled track changes so it is easy to review the changes.
> Three quick comments:
> 1. I have not touched the sections that describe each RIR's process, apart from some very minor tidying. 
> 2. Please note that both the AfriNIC and APNIC texts need to include a short description of the CRISP team selection process.
> 3. The LACNIC and ARIN processes should be inserted. (Please don't forget to include the CRISP team selection process for your region.)
> Kind regards,
> Nurani
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